PNHS Graduation GraduationCommencement will be held on Saturday, June 8, 2013
Cap and Gown on Sale February 4th – 8th Can be purchased in Room 331 before school (6:45 – 7:10) or after school (2:00 – 3:00) Check or money order only of $25.00ALL ORDERS ARE NONREFUNDABLE
Congratulations to our emcees,Patrick Fey and EmilyMcDonald, for the 2013 JuniorProm FashionShow. Congratulations also toEmily Ricardo who has beenappointed as ManagingDirector.
All participants MUST email the followinginformation by Friday, February 1st toMs. Stephens. Full name, selection ofsong and names of those with whomyou want to walk up to a maximum of 4per group.(firstname.lastname@example.org)
In the event that we don’thave enough participantswho have emailed Ms.Stephens by Friday, February1st, then we will assume thereis insufficient interest and/orcommitment and the showwill be canceled.
It is mandatory that allparticipants and helpersreport to room 245 right afterschool onMonday, February 4th
Read any good books lately?Done with a great book and willingto pass it along for someone elseto enjoy?The PNHS Literacy Team isconducting a Book Drive. Our goalis to create mini “Take a book,Leave a Book” libraries of donatedbooks in display cases around thebuilding. Look for donation boxesoutside English rooms on the 2ndand 3rd floors or give them to anyEnglish teacher.
North Winter Track and Field 2013 Dartmouth Relays
Meet Highlights Ian Allen- Breaks school record in 300m dash places 4th. Claire O’Donnell- Breaks school record in 300m dash places 4th. Boys Sprint Relay-(G. Marinos, A. Provo, I. Allen, M. Bambrick) places 5th. Girls Sprint Relay-(L. Whalen, M. Fracallossi, C. O’Donnell, N. Borofski) places 7th. Girls 4x200 Relay- (C. Willis, C. O’Donnell, K. Higgins, M. Fracallossi) places 9th.
Any student taking alate bus home, pleasesign up at the tardydesk in the morningbefore school. Youcan also sign up atlunch time in thelunchroom foyer.
There are three placesstudents may be afterschool.• With a teacher, coach or advisor• In the LMC• In the gymnasium foyer and main office lobby
Fitness Center UpdateThe fitness center will be open to allstudents from 2:00 – 4:00 pm and toall staff from 4:00 – 6:00 pm.
Colleges Visiting PNHS During The Lunch BreakCOLLEGE VISITS:DATE: CONTACT: COLLEGE:2/27/13 Katie Rousell Bristol Community College3/20/13 Joia Souza Massasoit Community College3/21/13 Sgt. O’Brien Air National Guard
Nominee Nominator1. Indigo Cara Donna Mr. Fernald2. Christian Castelli Mr. Butters3. Kayla Lambert Ms. Centrella4. Haley McLean Mr. Fernald5. Allana Mellon Mrs. Macdonald6. Mr. Scott Mrs. Farley Thank you for your Good Choices!
Hood Sportsmanship Scholarship - $5,000High school seniors who participated in a varsity sportand who will be furthering their education by attendinga two or four-year accredited college or university nextyear may apply. Students must have earned acumulative 3.0 GPA or higher and performed volunteerwork in the community to be eligible. Visit Hood.comfor more information.Deadline March 1, 2013 at 3:00 p.m.
Important Guidance InformationReminder to All Students:You must sign in/out of Guidance
American Student Assistance College Planning Centers American Student Assistance College Planning Centers offer free assistance with completing financial aid applications, both in=person at the Centers and over thephone by calling -877-ED-AID-4U (1-877-332-4348). This service is provided by ASA with funding and support fromthe Massachusetts Department of High Education – Office of Student Financial Assistance.
Guidance Information ****Seniors****“The Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias is sponsoring a Poster Contest whose subject is “Don’t be a Bully, be a Friend.” Three prizes will be awarded.See Ms. Scanlon in Guidance for more information.
Scholarship Opportunities for SeniorsRockland Trust Scholarship – $2,500 – Application available at allRockland Trust Branches – for more information see Ms. Scanlon inGuidance. Deadline: March 15, 2013Carver Women’s Softball League Scholarship –www.carverwomenssoftball.comSouth Shore Bay Band Music Achievement Scholarship Award –Application available in Guidance. Deadline: April 13, 2013Best Buy Scholarship – $1,000 - http://pr.bby.com
SENIORS The Massachusetts Knights of Pythias will awardthree scholarships each in the amount of $1,000 to students who best qualify, based on their altruistic services to the community. Academicachievements have no bearing on this scholarship as it is based solely on the students’ Community Service efforts. Deadline April 1. Please see Ms. Scanlon in Guidance for more information.
Winners of the Scholastic Art & Writing AwardsAbbi Johnson Grade 12 Honorable Billy Sears Grade 12, Gold Key forMention for The Seventeetnth Year, Oil Longing, Photograph 13x19Painting 16x20
Billy Sears Grade 12, Silver Key forPlastered Palace, Photograph 13x19 Emily Whynott (Grade 9), Silver Key for Vegetable Color Study Acrylic Painting 11x13 Winners of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
Eric Mearls (Grade 9), Honorable Mentionfor Still Life, Charcoal Drawing 9x12 Winners of the Scholastic Jordan Kaiser (Grade 11), Art & Writing Awards Honorable Mention for Self Portrait In Doubt, Charcoal Drawing 24x36
Katie Cohoon (Grade 12), Honorable Mention for Self Portrait, Charcoal Drawing 24x36 Leslie Mor’on (Grade 12), Gold Key for Grey Sun, Painting 30x40Winners of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
Elizabeth Tosi Samantha White (Grade Stayshia Cody (Grade (Grade 11), Silver 11), Silver Key for Self 11), Honorable Mention Key for Self Portrait, Charcoal for “Self Portrait”, Portrait, Charcoal Drawing 24x36 Charcoal Drawing Drawing 24x36 24x36Winners of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
Nicole Day (Grade 11), Honorable Kelsi Spencer (Grade 10), Silver KeyMention for “Oreo Dispenser” for “Salt and Pepper Frog”Winners of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
Trudy Bryant (Grade 12), Trudy Bryant (Grade 12), Silver KeyGold Key for “Goat” for “Screaming Octopus”Winners of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards